Peavine Arts & Crafts Festival

April 22nd & 23rd, 2016 - Parsons, TN

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Entertainment

Live Music at the Peavine Festival

Enjoy performances by the following entertainers on the Tennessee Health Management stage inside The Hangar Performing Arts Center or on the CB&S Bank stage outside.

The Van-Dells

Presented by Graves & Graves Construction and TLM Associates

The Van-Dells

For years, The Van-Dells have entertained audiences across the country with their fun and exciting tribute to the 50's and 60's. With impressive lead vocals, tight harmonies, and humor, they have been called "The Three Stooges set to music". This upbeat show is packed with comedy, choreography, and all the greatest hits. Backed by a full five piece band, their solid sound and fast-paced show will keep you smiling, clapping, and laughing the whole way through.

Bethel Renaissance "Lee Street" Bluegrass Band

Presented by Townsed-Evans Insurance

Bethel Renaissance Bluegrass Band

The Renaissance Bluegrass Bands have plenty to offer fans of bluegrass music - great picking, soulful vocals, high lonesome harmonies, and great song selection – all melded together with drive, energy and enthusiasm. The musicianship of these young pickers is quite noticeable as the bands show imagination and taste in their selection and interpretation of bluegrass music, from old songs to new and songs of faith, both traditional and contemporary. The group also released their first CD in the spring of 2013.

Post Monroe

Presented by FirstBank

Post Monroe

Ashlee Hewitt, Whitney Duncan and Shelby McLeod meld their distinct voices, backgrounds and life experiences together to create Post Monroe. The trio's harmonies are paired with acoustic-driven, catchy melodies to create the music they each grew up idolizing. "We're not pop country, we're not trying to be a cross over group. It's back to our roots," states Whitney.

Kimberlie Helton Band

Presented by Parsons Mini Storage

Kimberlie Helton Band

Kimberlie Helton is a singer/songwriter born in the home of the blues... Memphis, TN. Although most of the songs she has written are country, you can hear the soulful, bluesy influence in her voice when she covers some of her favorites, including an often requested Susan Tedeschi's, "Hurts So Bad." In addition to Helton, band members include Dustin Campbell, Chris McCrudden, and Eric Wood.

Hotwired

Presented by Farmers Bank

Hotwired

A rock trio made up of Will Young, Ben Hale, and Dillon Young.

Rhythm Nation

Presented by McDonalds

Rhythm Nation

Rhythm Nation is a versatile group with each member a long time staple in the Memphis area music scene. Performing since the fall of 2009 as the Rhythm Rockets, Rhythm Nation starts 2016 with a couple of new extremely talented members. We will conitnue entertaining around the mid-south, playing our brand of "feel good" music that is universally recognized by fans of all ages.

Faith & Family Night

Presented by Decatur County Bank

Gospel Edition

Gospel Edition

 

True Witness

True Witness

 

The Disciples

The Disciples

 

Living Truth Quartet

Living Truth Quartet

 

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Schedule

Peavine Festival Lineup

Thursday, April 21, 2016

6:30pm
Faith & Family Night

Friday, April 22, 2016

11:00am
Vendors Open
11:00am
Kimberlie Helton Band
8:00pm
The Van-Dells

Saturday, April 23, 2016

10:00am
Vendors Open
10:00am
Bethel Renaissance Bluegrass Band
1:00pm
Family Feud Battle of the Banks
2:00pm
Cornhole Tournament
3:00pm
Hotwired
5:00pm
Rhythm Nation
8:00pm
Post Monroe

 

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Events

Fun Festival Events

The Peavine Festival brings a variety of events to Parsons. Here are some of the events you can attend.

Family Feud - Battle of the Banks

Come see employees from the four local banks battle it out in everybody's favorite game show Family Feud.

 

Cornhole Tournament

You and your partner will compete against other teams for cash prizes. There is a $20 entry fee per team. Teams must be registered by 1:45pm. Teams can pre-register using form found under Get Involved.

 

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Get Involved

Want to Participate in the Peavine Festival?

Applying is easy. Just select the appropriate application below.

For questions or further information, please call 731-847-6358.

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Get Here

Getting to the Peavine Festival

The Peavine Festival will take place at the former airport facility in Parsons, Tennessee. Getting here is easy!

From North

Follow Tn-69/US-641 South until you reach the intersection with US-412 in downtown Parsons. The festival will be on Ninth Street West, the eighth street on the right after the intersection.

From East

Via I-40, take exit 126 and follow TN-69/US-641 South approximately 15 miles to the intersection of US-412. The festival will be on Ninth Street West, the eighth street on the right after the intersection.

Via US-412, follow US-412 West until you reach the intersection with TN-69. Turn South (left) onto US-69, the festival will be on Ninth Street West, the eighth street on the right after the intersection.

From South

Follow TN-69/US-641 North until you reach Parsons. The festival will be on Ninth Street West (on the left).

From West

Via I-40, take exit 126 and follow TN-69/US-641 South approximately 15 miles to the intersection of US-412. The festival will be on Ninth Street West, the eighth street on the right after the intersection.

Via US-412, follow US-412 East until you reach the intersection with TN-69. Turn South (right) onto US-69, the festival will be on Ninth Street West, the eighth street on the right after the intersection.

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Contact Us

Need More Information?

If you are not finding the information you need here or have questions, please call 731-847-6358 or email us at recorder@cityofparsons.com.

If you are not finding the information you need here or have questions, please call 731-847-6358 or email us at recorder@cityofparsons.com.

Our mailing address is:

Peavine Festival
PO Box 128
Parsons
TN 38363